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FOX News
Apr 16, 2013 4:00pm PDT
russell reporter broke this news and dale, how do you know what this is and how did you get it? >> shepard, we got this through sources who verified for us that these are actual crime scene photos from the first bomb from monday's boston marathon bombing. >> shep: tell me what we're looking at here. whether i look at it, i can't tell what it is? >> what you are seeing is an ordinary, everyday pressure cooker. they are very common in the stores, but also they are common for bomb making. you also see a black padded either knapsack or duffel bag that my sources say the bomb was carried in. there is also small bearing type pellets, and some sort of put at this holding them together. it was part of the shrapnel that mates it deadly. >> so investigators had this from the early minutes. the people took the pictures. what you are saying they took pictures of this. since then they have been analyzing it. looking at all the materials, trying to trace them back to the source and helping them trace to whoever bought them and put them together. >> that is exactly what they do. where were they manufactu
FOX News
Apr 17, 2013 2:00am PDT
these photos. dale russell has the details. >> it is the first look at what is left of the first deadly device. 9 bomb that exploded at the finish line of monday's boston marathon sent shock waves across the country. the investigation is already underway as agents sift through the remaining pieces of the bomb hoping to draw a clear picture of how it was built where it was built and ultimately who built it. they reported the device was a pressure cooker bomb common cook wear through out the world. the crime scene pictures obtained exclusively show pieces of a stainless steel pressure cooker with an underwriter laboratory number. one picture shows the imprint gas and electric. what appears to be a nap sack or duffle bag. the bomb was carried in a black bag. >> this bomb had small metallic fragments. >> again hospital doctors describe removing pallets and headless nails from the victims. doctors and federal agents believe the shrapnel was there to make the bomb deadly. this crime scene picture shows what appears to be ball bareings or small metal pallets just like the ones described doctors. >> c
FOX News
Apr 16, 2013 6:00pm PDT
to d.c. momentarily. first we go to be a old friend,dale russell, who is in atlanta with details of the new photos just released. dale, thank you for coming on. what do we know at this hour? >> sean, great to be with you. right now i think it's fair to say that my sources are telling me they know quite a bit about this bomb. clearly you can see from the evidence photos that we have, a lot of pieces of this device are leftover. they are able to go in piece it together. my sources tell me they probably know how it was built, how it was detonated, what kind of powder was used, is it a high explosive, is if a low explosive, if you will? all of this from their vast experience, they can piece it together right now. >> the things we are learning, the pressure cooker, they put inside, whatever the explosive device is, and as you know they probably know what it is now, but we also know from some of the medical professionals that were working on a lot of the victims that they were taking out pellets, what he thought were bbs, nails that had the heads removed from them, and also i guess, yo
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